The other year i was living at a house with roomates. The house is owned indipendently. The lease was barrowed from a church groups dorm type of housing. They wernt clear on what the rules actualy were. I had a friend stay over with ther permision. They had a meeting saying i let him over stay his welcome. But he wasnt there anymore and then they made me move out because i said i didnt like living there. They dindnt allow me to move out on my own will. "Time to find new place". They put a fake eviction notice on my bedroom door. Land lord one day just showed up and and stood in my room saying we need to talk.
The statutes about landlord-tenant relations are at RCW 59. (http://app.leg.wa.gov/RCW/default.aspx?Cite=59). Although they might not be applicable to your situation, you probably shouldn't want to stay someplace where they don't want you to stay.
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